Patrick Thompson talks to Lance Morginn about Blockchain Intelligence Group, and the future of blockchain analytics sector.
Chief amongst the proposals is a separation of “qualified” and “non-qualified” investors, with separate rules relating to each class.
A bill is in the works that would require Spanish taxpayers to submit information to the authorities concerning their dealings in digital currencies.
Financial regulators in the world’s seven biggest economies will continue to oppose the launch of Facebook’s digital currency Libra until proper regulations are in place.
The new framework would help increase transparency in digital currency trading and ensure gains were appropriately reported to the authorities for tax purposes.
Malcom Wright brings three decades’ worth of experience in compliance and anti-money laundering practices to embattled BitMEX.
The Bank of Japan believes that there’s a possibility of a surge in public demand for a CBDC, considering the rapid development of technological innovation.
Regulator De Nederlandsche Bank adopted the European Union’s Fifth Anti-Money Laundering Directive (AMLD5) in April 2020.
The U.S. Treasury Department is actively considering the benefits of a central bank digital currency, according to a ranking department official.
The National Assembly Seminar for the Virtual Asset Business Law argued the laws were needed to protect revenues and help develop the fledgling digital currency sector in Korea.
2020 has not been the best year for digital currency exchanges, with over 70 shutting down in the first nine months of the year.